Ryan Giggs’ son, Zach, has been named in a 22-man squad by Wales to face England this month.
The Manchester United teenager has been called up in Under-15s and U16 players for the fixture with the Three Lions on May 30.
Zach, who can play as a centre-back or full-back, has been training with United’s academy at Carrington.
The Dragons are also set to face Northern Ireland on Tuesday 1 June.
Meanwhile, Wales senior national manager Giggs has been replaced by Robert Page for Euro 2020.
That is due to the Premier League icon being due to appear at Manchester Crown Court on Wednesday after being charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend and her sister and with controlling or coercive behavior.
Giggs denies the charges, though.
His son Zach is now hoping to enjoy similar success as his dad with the Red Devils after joining them as a 12-year-old.
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